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What is included in GCSE PE?
- Applied anatomy and physiology.
- Movement analysis.
- Physical training.
- Use of data.
- Sports psychology.
- Socio-cultural influences.
- Health, fitness and wellbeing.
What percent of GCSE PE is practical?
The ‘new’ specification covers 60% theoretical work, 10% coursework and 30% practical sport.
Is PE a hard GCSE?
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What sports can be used for GCSE PE?
Team activity list
|Inline roller hockey
|Cannot be assessed with ice hockey.
|Cannot be assessed with sculling, canoeing or kayaking. This can only be used for one activity.
How much is the GCSE PE coursework worth?
The coursework is worth 10% of their final GCSE grade.
Is PE a-level hard?
Difficulty. Physical Education A-Level certainly stands out as a particularly challenging course, with some saying that it’s more difficult than some of the sciences. Being a well-rounded student is strongly recommended for this course.
What is BTEC PE equivalent to?
The BTEC Sport course has been designed to provide an engaging, broad and stimulating introduction to the world of Sport and Fitness. Students will study the BTEC Level 2 First Award in Sport which is equivalent to a GCSE but has the benefit of a larger coursework and practical content.
Is GCSE PE a good choice?
A good GCSE PE grade shows that you possess a mixture of practical and academic skills. GCSE PE leads specifically to further study of Physical Education at AS and A2 and beyond to degrees in areas such as Physical Education; Sports Sciences; Sport and Exercise Sciences; Sports Psychology and many, many more!
Which is better GCSE PE or BTEC PE?
GCSE PE has a higher percentage of exams, whereas BTEC has more coursework. For the practical sport, BTEC is more about participating in your two sports and assessing your performance, whereas GCSE is purely about being marked on how effective you are at those sports.
What’s the context of the new GCSE PE specification?
Context of the new GCSE PE specification Developed by an experienced team of teachers and examiners Designed to engage young people in this subject and provide effective assessments across the ability range Fulfils all new National Curriculum and Ofqual requirements Complements other qualifications in this subject, ie A-level PE
What are the new requirements for GCSE Physical Education?
Updated ‘GCSE activity list for physical education’ to specify the permitted distances for cross country and track running. Updated the activity list to include new conditions relating to athletics and sailing.
Which is the best power point for GCSE Physical Education?
PowerPoint Presentation GCSE Physical EducationIntroduction to the new specification Ross Howitt Autumn 2015 Copyright © AQA and its licensors. All rights reserved. Follow us on Twitter @AQACPD. Slide 1 Structure of the session Overview of the new specification Underlying principles and key features Specification at a glance Paper 1 The
How to prepare for as and a level physical education?
Here, you’ll find everything you need to prepare for AS and A level Physical Education from 2016 (first assessment 2017 and 2018), including our accredited specifications and sample assessment materials. Planning on teaching this qualification?